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Welsh Government and Plaid Cymru talks on Brexit

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Carwyn Jones and Leanne Wood today announced that they would be establishing a fourth liaison committee, to deal exclusively with the issue of Brexit.

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Valley Lines electrification must not become casualty of Brexit- Leanne Wood

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The Plaid Cymru Leader and Rhondda AM, Leanne Wood, has said that Valley Lines electrification “must not become a casualty of Brexit”.

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Plaid Cymru leader reacts to BBC apology

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has received an apology from BBC Radio 5 Live relating to research for a programme on the “different languages of the UK”. The research included a message on the social media website Twitter which sought views from individuals on whether the Welsh language “should die”.

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Rhun ap Iorwerth calls for NHS information revolution

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Plaid Cymru Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health Rhun ap Iorwerth has called for more open data in the NHS in Wales.

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Young people must not lose out because of Brexit - Leanne Wood

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Dywedodd Leanne Wood Arweinydd Plaid Cymru heddiw na ddylai pobl ifanc fod ar eu colled yn sgil Brexit, gan ddadlau na ddylai’r genhedlaeth a bleidleisiodd yn llethol i Aros orfod dioddef canlyniadau gweithredoedd y genhedlaeth hŷn.

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Plaid Cymru calls for clarity on Commonwealth Games costings

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Plaid Cymru Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Sport and Tourism Neil McEvoy is writing to the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure to ask why he thinks a Welsh Commonwealth Games would cost more than double what it cost in Glasgow in 2014.

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‘Distinct Welsh foreign policy needed' - Steffan Lewis

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Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Secretary for External Affairs, Steffan Lewis AM, has called for Wales to develop a distinct foreign policy – complete with a dedicated ministry for international affairs – because he said Welsh interests could not be trusted in the hands of new Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson or new Trade Secretary Liam Fox.

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Say one thing to the cameras, and do something completely different – that’s the Labour way

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Plaid Cymru Shadow Cabinet Member for Finance and Economy Adam Price has called out a Labour leadership candidate’s “appalling hypocrisy” over claims that he would outlaw zero hour contracts.

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Plaid AM warns Labour "don't let Brexit push Wales from the world stage"

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Neil McEvoy condemns 'poor excuse' for no Commonwealth bid by Welsh Government

Plaid Cymru's Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Sports and Tourism Neil McEvoy AM has warned the Labour Welsh Government that it must not allow Brexit to push Wales from the world stage as it was announced that there will be no Welsh bid for the 2026 Commonwealth Games.

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